This week, in “The 8 Biggest Problems” podcast, Cadence president John Patton brings you problem number four in the series: people don’t know how to manage projects.
“Problem number four is why I started Cadence,” says Patton. “Our success has been based, in large part, on teaching people how to plan so that they can control a project.”
Project planning, at its very core, is imprecise. This requires typically precise project managers to explore uncomfortable territory in their efforts to keep control of their projects. In problem four, Patton explores each component of the project plan and describes how project managers can use the document to drive, manage, and control a range of projects, from the very simple to the most complex.
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